ACE (Auburn Club Excellence) Level Awards
The ACE program was developed to honor clubs that strive for excellence in meeting the highest standards set by the Auburn Alumni Association. Our goal is for all clubs to meet the standards of ACE. The War Eagle level recognizes clubs that met all minimum requirements in 2013. The True & Blue Tiger, the second highest level, recognizes clubs that met all of the Auburn Club Charter Credentials. The highest level is the All Auburn, All Orange which recognizes clubs that went above and beyond the Auburn Club Charter Credentials in 2013.
This award recognizes clubs who have the largest percentage of coded Membership Unity applications turned in.
This award recognizes clubs with the most creative, non-traditional events and/or fundraisers in the last year. The committee is looking for a new twist to a traditional event; a new, exciting event; an event that includes a diverse group of alumni; etc.
This award recognizes clubs that best represent Auburn University and the Auburn Alumni Association by giving back to their respective communities.
This award recognizes clubs that completed a project during the month of August that best represents the spirit of Auburn University and the Auburn Alumni Association through the “human touch.”
This award recognizes clubs that demonstrate outstanding efforts to communicate with members, the Auburn Alumni Association, and their community. Communication includes, but is not limited to, direct mail, e-mail, telephone calls, newsletter, social media and website.
This award recognizes clubs that have excelled in fundraising promotion efforts, as well as doing an exceptional job recognizing the scholarship recipients in their area.
This award recognizes a club’s outstanding efforts to cultivated Young Alumni involvement in their local club, shaping tomorrow’s leaders.
This award recognizes a club that has gone above and beyond the normal expectations of an Auburn Club through meetings, communication, scholarship, special events and community service.
Winner: Greater Houston Auburn Club
This award recognizes outstanding leadership of club officers selected from nominations submitted by their respective clubs.
The Never to Yield Award goes to a club that persisted and persevered in cultivating its donors to give. These particular journeys took several years to complete, but were well worth the trip as they now have more than $100,000 of market value in their endowed scholarship fund in 2013. This year, we are thrilled to have two recipients!
The following four clubs awarded the most scholarships in 2013:
The one-third scholarship award takes an “All-In” effort. The following clubs awarded a one-third out-of-state annual tuition, or “waiver,” scholarship, which for 2013, had a value of $9,852. These clubs are:
Our Above and Beyond award is being presented to a club that awarded TWO one third out-of-state annual tuition scholarships! More than nineteen thousand seven hundred dollars was split between two very lucky Auburn students. The Above and Beyond award goes to the Emerald Coast Auburn Club.
The following clubs are being recognized for contributing $7,500 or more to their annual or endowed scholarship funds in calendar year 2013. These clubs are:
Endowment Scholarships:Autauga County Auburn Club
Seven of our 92 Auburn clubs are members of this very prestigious group, which recognizes clubs to Auburn University that have contributed to one or more endowments to Auburn with a book value of more than $100,000, cumulative. The tremendous work you are doing to support scholarships at Auburn is making a significant impact on the lives of many students. When your name is called, please come forward to receive a certificate of appreciation.
This award recognizes a club that has excelled in fundraising promotion efforts, as well as doing an exceptional job recognizing the scholarship recipients in their area: